FAMILY HIT BY COVID-19 CRISIS
There is little food left for his family!
Due to government movement control order, his income dropped from RM1700 to RM0. Seeing his fellow colleagues have received their salary but he has none. He called his boss but he didn’t pick up his call. He thought to himself, may be he is only a part-time worker, so the boss didn't plan to pay him during this MCO period. His work is not covered by insurance, his wife suffers from mental illness, his income source is now cut off suddenly and there is little food left for his family! In addition, with three rebellious daughters all staying at home during MCO, he is under tremendous stress.
The family is thankful to 7979 assistance during this difficult time
Receiving government’s BPN payment and 7979 COVID-19 special assistance in April was a great relief as he could now settle at least 1 month’s rental.
Although Landlord has been pressuring him to settle two months' overdue house rentals otherwise his family of five would have to move out in May, he obviously has no means to do so especially during MCO. He can now breathe a sigh of relief but is fearful and uncertain of future if MCO is extended again.
He is very thankful that 7979 care station has been very supportive to consider additional 7979 COVID-19 financial assistance and continue to give his family emotional and spiritual support.
Few days ago, the 7979 church had delivered some fruits and bread to their home to the delight of three daughters as she have not been eating bread during the early stage of MCO when there was shortage and price increase. The family is thankful to 7979 assistance during this difficult time.
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